Update Aug 2019: The Globe has been nominated for Blue Badge Access Awards because of this nomination……….. “Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London and its access manager David Bellwood. They provide access across the board as well as accessible performances such as relaxed, captioned, audio described and signed. After losing my sight they gave me back Shakespeare…

The ‘D’ List takes a regular look at new things in a disabled world and as the holidays season approaches we thought we’d digress into useful sources of disability travel information. These are not exhaustive and disabled travel is never that simple but we hope these may lessen the anxiety of going somewhere new. 1ST.…

Update 2019: Good news Roganic is up and running again in Blandford Street, Marylebone. We’ll be testing them soon but if anyone has  been tell us about the food and their access…..contact us here. …………………………………………………………………………… Update Dec2013 this pop up has now closed but they will be opening a new one soon – keep watching! ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…

After a major six year refurbishment, The National Gallery of Ireland reopened two of its spectacular historic wings in June 2017. As an art loving student at Trinity College next door, I often visited the NGI and attended Sunday morning film screenings, and although there was only a small rotating selection of works on display in…

BBS have rounded up a short selection of accessible alternative Valentine’s events throughout the UK. Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’ By Candlelight Valentine’s Concert, Ely Cathedral For out-and-out romance on Valentine’s Weekend, join spectacular Chamber Orchestra The Piccadilly Sinfonietta for a candlelit and bubbly-filled evening, featuring Vivaldi’s masterpiece, The Four Seasons. Ely Cathedral is the only UK building to be…